As an Advocacy-based Storyteller I help organizations identify their strengths, stay focused, and develop compassionate practices as they work to demonstrate their impact. Using quantitative and qualititative data I work with clients to develop a narrative that represents their best work for the communities they serve and to help keep projects properly resourced by creating diverse funding streams.
I am dedicated to working with organizations that are interested in learning to lead with love to change hearts and minds and are aligned with my values that promote justice, peace and equanimity in our communities.
I care deeply about helping communities create compassionate peaceful, productive, and just environments for children.
Many non-profits that are working on social justice issues such as childhood obesity, child sexual abuse, and climate change, struggle to navigate the effects of structural violence in a compassionate and productive way that is both meaningful and impactful. Story-telling with data is one way to show your impact, reinforce your brand and mission, and provide real giving opportunities to funders and supporters.
Need Help With A Big PROJECT? LET’S TALK! Each year I work as an adviser, consultant, and coach with a select number of organizations that promote justice, peace and equanimity in our communities. During my time with them, we work together to develop evidence-based stories that show meaningful impact and demonstrate a benefit to the communities they are serving.
Coaching on storytelling with data to show sustainable impact
Provide compassionate coaching and mentoring for organizations and individuals
Design monitoring and evaluation tools and assessments for health programs
Provide Interim Leadership during organizational transitions
Speak and present on current trends in preventing childhood obesity, child sexual abuse, and bullying
Advise on fundraising strategies to support innovative social enterprises that support children’s health.
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